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Yesterday | Cactus Thorns
The Morongo Basin Human Society desperately needs funding, cat and dog food. The Shelter informs this writer their cat and dog food needs are, as follows: Cactus Thorns is working on drop-off food locations in 29 and Y.V. Stay tuned.
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Tuesday | KCDZ 107.7 FM
At the last two outings of the Joshua Tree Clean Team, 15 volunteers gathered to pick up at trash.
Tuesday | KCDZ 107.7 FM
Everything changed for Warpaint in 2010. Energized by the presence of new drummer Stella Mozgawa, the Los Angeles rock act emerged from a lengthy self-imposed gestation with "The Fool," an immersive, haunting album that launched them onto critics' lists and a two-and-a-half-year, 300-show world tour.
Mr Johnson was found on the sidewalk critically injured and was taken to hospital along with his severed penis.
For fans of American blues, there's something at once familiar and entirely exotic when you listen to Tinariwen 's music for the first time.
Easter hunts and activities are planned all over the communities of our Morongo Basin this weekend.
The California Highway Patrol is searching for a driver who hit a bicyclist in downtown Joshua Tree and then fled the scene.
Sheriff Deputies arrested a man who was driving a stolen semi-trailer truck cab at gunpoint Thursday afternoon.
A year ago, the Mojave Desert Land Trust purchased 640 acres in Joshua Tree that were once slated to become a subdivision for 2,700 houses at the western entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.
A skeleton crew of firefighters battled a fire in Wonder Valley yesterday. Wednesday morning at 9:50 the crew assigned to Medic Brush Patrol 45 in Wonder Valley received a call for a structure fire a few miles east of their station and firefighters could see heavy smoke coming from the 87000 block of Amboy Road.
While Berkeley businesses the Wooden Duck and Import Tile are recouping after a five-alarm warehouse complex fire Saturday night, an artisan's collective also operating in the destroyed complex took "devastating" losses and will be looking into fundraising efforts in the coming months, its proprietor said today.
"I'll never lift one finger to help Yucca Mesa Association until I receive an apology from all of you!" - Elizabeth Karman resident of Landers, appointed by Third District Supervisor James Ramos to represent the concerns of Yucca Mesa Community.